Riding Schools, Equestrian Centres and Horse Riding in Lothian and the Borders of Scotland …
From sea cliffs and sandy beaches, backed by famous golf courses, to the rounded hills and stately homes of the Southern Uplands, the Lothians and Borders has much to offer the equestrian.
From hacking and trekking on the east coast to beach rides and the magnificent tourist sites of Edinburgh.
East Lothian offers treasure after treasure for horse riders, trail riders and trekking enthusiasts. From castles, including Edinburgh Castle, to whisky and horse racing.
The nature trails and parkland and miles of glorious coastline in the Lothians open up the countryside for everyone from horse riders to picnickers on the fine golden beaches, to walkers and riders high in the Pentland Hills.
Both Beecraigs and Almondell & Calderwood Country Parks have horse riding routes.
Equestrian Centres & Horse Riding in Lothian
Edinburgh Equestrian Centre – 0131 654 2563
Grieves Cottage, Home Farm, Dalkeith, EH22 2NJ
Including livery yards at the Home Farm in Dalkeith Park, Edinburgh Equestrian Centre offers something for everyone with a wide choice of facilities and good hacking and grazing to suit every pocket>
Tower Farm Riding Stables – 0131-664-3375
85 Liberton Drive, Edinburgh, EH16 6NS
Established in 1972 a large establishment with a wide choice of equestrian activities. Tower Farm Riding Stables are fully licensed and insured and are approved by ABRS and TRSS. Tower Farm has access to many scenic rides with no road riding
British Equestrian Vaulting – 01386 47390
MEMBERSHIP Secretary – Liz Reid, 16, Robinia Close, Evesham, Worcs. WR11 2EZ
Gymnastics on Horseback – Vaulting is one of the seven disciplines recognized by the Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI). It incorporates beauty and brilliance, power and strength, elegance and precision, all in harmony with the Horse
Lisa Cleeton treats musculoskeletal issues in horses, dogs and cats. She is based in East Lothian and travels throughout Scotland. Lisa uses a unique combination …
The British Showjumping Association Scotland website. Features news, dates, schedules, results, contacts, forums and more. The BSJA Scotttish Branch Council welcomes feedback from members on news and events within the Scottish Equestrian scene.
Maeve Grant is a Chartered Veterinary Physiotherapist based in Edinburgh, providing equine physiotherapy and rehabilitation in central Scotland …
Riding Western In Scotland –
Activities for western riding in Scotland. Information on clinics, training, get togethers and area contacts. The western riding organisations currently contributing are :- The Western Equestrian Society (WES), The American Quarter Horse Association UK (AQHA), Scottish Reining, Scottish Appaloosas and The Western Performance Pony Association (WPPA)
Scottish Endurance Riding Club
The Highland Long Distance Riding Club was founded in 1982 in Inverness . However due to the ever-increasing popularity of the sport, the Club expanded. Eventually Branches serving the whole of Scotland were formed. The name of the Club was subsequently changed to the Scottish Endurance Riding Club (SERC). Endurance Riding is enjoyed by all ages riding a variety of types of horses and ponies
Equine Osteopathy Treatment – 01368 864989
21 West Port, Dunbar, East Lothian, EH42 1BT
Tom McMullen is a registered osteopath specialising in equine osteopathy. Equine Osteopathy is a branch of Osteopathy which works on the same principles and theory as human osteopathy, but with the specific manipulative techniques used by Osteopaths modified to take into account the difference between the human and equine anatomical structures. At Dunbar Equine Osteopathic Clinic we work closely with Veterinary Practices to help establish an effective treatment protocol for your horse